The Thomson Reuters Institute is proud to announce OutLaws 2020, an eight-part thought leadership webinar series devoted to advancing international LGBTQ2+ access to justice. Our third installment addresses the global scourge of LGBTQ human trafficking.
In 2017, a ten-year study conducted by anti-slavery group Polaris of over 40,000 reported cases of alleged human trafficking revealed that LGBTQ youth made up a disproportionately high percentage of victims across the United States. Whether through in-person or remote encounters, LGBTQ minors experience myriad forms of force, fraud or coercion on a routine basis. Please join us for an important and timely conversation examining the ongoing plight of LGBTQ trafficking victims across the globe. Our presenters will address social and economic shortcomings contributing to this global epidemic and discuss how professionals and companies can work together to help stem the rising tide.
Gina Jurva, Esq., Manager, Enterprise Content, Thought Leadership, LEI, Thomson Reuters
Shelley L. Craig, Canada Research Chair in Sexual and Gender Minority Youth Professor, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work University of Toronto
Lynly Egyes,Legal Director, Transgender Law Center
Ashley Franssen-Tingley, Director of Stakeholder Relations, The Canadian Centre to End Human Trafficking
Kieran Guilbert, Slavery and Trafficking Editor, Thomson Reuters Foundation
Kate Keisel,Chief Executive Officer, Sanar Institute
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Please consider accessing our other OutLaws 2020 webinars:
On the Basis of Sex: LGBTQ Employment Rights at a Crossroads – Part I
A House Divided: Pathways of Remediation for the LGBTQ2+ Community and Law Enforcement – Part II
Fellow Travelers: Encouraging LGBTQ Self-Identification in the Workplace – Part IV
Original Sin: Religiosity, Same-Sex Desire & Institutionalized Homophobia – Part V
Spectacular Bodies: Privacy, Public Identity & LGBTQ2+ Personality – Part VI
Building Bridges: Supporting Transition in the Workplace – Part VII
Becoming: Supporting the Transgender Journey – Part VIII